Mindfulness mentor and popular podcaster Hunter Clarke-Fields shares her groundbreaking insights into modern parenting. In a must-have book packed with actionable exercises, she helps you finally become the parent you've wanted to be.
With clarity and compassion, mindfulness mentor Hunter Clarke-Fields shares her groundbreaking insights into modern parenting: it's not enough to just know the "right" way to respond, it takes inner work to reduce our biological stress response — so that we can access our more thoughtful, loving selves. Change in families comes from the inside-out, and it takes practice.
In this easy-to-read book, Hunter Clarke-Fields shares a wealth of tools and practices that not only transform the way you parent on the outside, but also your relationship to yourself on the inside. The end result is happier parents, more cooperation from children, and parenting becoming easier and easier as time passes.
You'll know that you're not alone as you read Hunter's honest and vulnerable sharing of her struggles. You'll see that you are not to blame for your hot temper or feeling like one big button waiting to be pushed. You'll learn research-proven tools and practices that will create palpable changes in your day-to-day life with your child.
Raising Good Humans is the roadmap you've been looking for to leave the authoritarian practices of the past behind, while creating cooperation from the inside-out, and loving relationships with your children for a lifetime.
With clarity, compassion, and a sense of humor, Hunter will walk hold your hand on a path to raising kind, confident kids.
To thank readers who order Raising Good Humans, I’ve created a pack of bonus materials to help you start cultivating more mindful relationships.
We'll deliver the first chapter of Raising Good Humans directly to your inbox and give you access to an audio recording of the first chapter for your listening convenience.
You'll also get access to the Mindful Mama Immersion, a master-class from Hunter Clarke-Fields and other experts, including Dr. Laura Markham, Dr. Daniel Siegel, Iyanla Vanzant, and Kim Payne. It includes videos, transcripts, and worksheets.
Get immediate access to the first chapter of Raising Good Humans in written and audio form.
Access to the top 5 Mindful Mama podcasts, each one a master-class in mindful parenting!
Get guided audio meditations from Raising Good Humans to use again and again to reduce your reactivity.
Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindfulness mentor, host of the Mindful Mama podcast, creator of the Mindful Parenting course, and author of the upcoming book, Raising Good Humans. She helps parents bring more calm into their daily lives and cooperation in their families. Hunter has over twenty years of experience in meditation and yoga practices and has taught mindfulness to thousands worldwide. She is the mother of two active daughters, who challenge her everyday to hone her craft!
"Raising Good Humans brings a wise and fresh approach to mindful parenting. Drawing from her own struggles with the challenges of parenthood, Hunter outlines the key skills that are necessary to step out of stories of 'not good enough' and to create more loving, cooperative and harmonious family relationships."
"Raising Good Humans is a kind, humble and honest book. Bringing mindfulness to parenting is a journey of a lifetime that begins in this present moment. Through mindfulness practice you can learn to respond wisely rather than react unwisely. In your hands is a practical book to become the parent you aspire to be."
"Raising Good Humans is a loving and honest roadmap that teaches parents ways to skillfully navigate the challenges as well deepen the joy, connection and love with our children."
"With a deep understanding of mindfulness and self-awareness, Hunter has written a book that compassionately guides parents to raise good humans. Her use of research, personal experiences, and helpful activities supports parents in practicing what they preach while developing authentic and connected relationships with the ones they love most."